See Madi Diaz Showcase ‘Weird Faith’ Songs for ‘Saturday Sessions’

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Singer performs “Everything Almost,” “For Months Now” and “Don’t Do Me Good” from new album

A week after Madi Diaz released her new album Weird Faith, the now-Nashville singer performed three tracks from the LP for CBS Mornings’ Saturday Sessions.

In addition to “Everything Almost” — which Diaz also played on The Tonight Show last week — she also highlighted Weird Faith’s “For Months Now” and “Don’t Do Me Good,” the latter of which features Diaz’ friend Kacey Musgraves on the album version.

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Following years in the music industry, shuffling around New York and Los Angeles, Diaz established herself in Nashville, becoming the music scene’s “secret weapon” and ultimately landing a spot as Harry Styles’ opening act; Styles liked her so much, he added her to his backing band for his 2023 tour.


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Weird Faith, Diaz’ first album since 2021’s History of a Feeling, arrived February 9. “This record is about the beginning of love, and saying every feeling out loud, when I feel it, for better or worse because I can’t help it,” Diaz said in a statement. According to the songwriter, the record also “chronicles a new relationship, but also a new relationship to myself.” 

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Next week, Diaz will embark on a trek in support of Weird Faith, with a stop at Willie Nelson’s Luck Reunion along the way.